In theory, the wear and tear of the body, as a person accustomed to medicine, I will say, such cardinal loads are unsafe. But with regards to whether this is possible, it takes into account that taking the ideal distance of 1 km and the average rate of its passage of 2 minutes 40-50 seconds. Then suppose that such a distance (straight line) will take 4 hours. Given the treadmill, its size, and other factors, even intermittently, it will take a full day to walk that distance. When will you eat? How to make up for this loss of energy? But in theory, of course, this is possible. But the person's condition after that will not be considered good.
Is it possible for a person to physically run 100 km every day? And will he have enough days to run 100 km. That’s the immediate interest.
If you run 100 km every day on the treadmill, you will have about 5-6 hours to cross out of your life every day, provided that you are a good enough runner. The question arises - is the "game worth the candle"? What is the purpose of such high loads? Perhaps even professional staying athletes do not put such high daily loads on their bodies. In sports there is such a thing as "the peak of an athlete's form." No athlete can maintain a high functional form for a long time. The entire training process of any athlete is structured in such a way as to reach peak form at the right time and show the best result. Running 100 km every day is clearly not conducive to a normal training process.
If you run 100 km on a treadmill every day, it is quite obvious that the treadmill will break very soon. Because simply not designed for such loads. At least without regular maintenance. And how to do THAT if you constantly run ?!
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Held annually. According to the conditions - you need to run 100 km for 51 days, and earlier, if the participant could still run, he was not stopped.
By the way, they're running right now - it's the second week of the race. ends - November 3, 2020.
https://vimeo.com/462052219 - streaming channel
https://3100.srichinmoyraces.org/ - site
There are several documentaries that were filmed during this marathon. In them, the participants tell in detail about what happened to them.
I saw it on the Nauka TV channel.
You will be left without healthy joints already in middle age and by old age without legs at all. It is detrimental to health, no matter who says what, man is not a machine
If we consider the treadmill, then it is difficult to answer. But if we talk about running in open areas, then I have a clear answer to the question. If you run 100 km a day, then in a month you will run 3000 kilometers from the starting point)))
I myself am wondering what will happen to a person who will run 100 km every day on a treadmill. It is unlikely that such people exist, and we will have to discuss this issue in theory.
With regular long-distance running, there should be periods of recovery and reduction of the load, in which the body restores the spent resources. Forcing the body to do physical activity to the limit of its ability every day, the risk of stressful injury increases dramatically - these are injuries in which the violation gradually progresses. Also, the risk of getting overtraining syndrome from a large volume of training and a lack of time to recover is greatly increased.
I would recommend not to put such experiments on yourself, to adequately look at the capabilities of your body and plan the training process with periods of high loads and recovery after them.
This is simply impossible. 4-5 hours of relatively fast running is a very large load, close to the limit, even for a trained person. Therefore, to run just 100 km without stopping, you need much more than 10 hours, while the world record in running 100 km is about 6 hours and 30 minutes.
Is it necessary to say that to run such a distance once people prepare for months , and sometimes for years. After that they recover.
Therefore, under the given conditions, the lack of special nutrition and recovery (not enough time for this) will lead to the fact that you will receive serious injuries to the legs and joints and additional health problems during the first 2 3 days, and after that this experiment will have to be closed.
He hugs and will starve to death, as running on the track will take all the time, except for sleep. He will have no time to work, there is no place to receive a salary, therefore there will be poverty, hunger, death.
I can't imagine that.
First, it's a very long distance. Only an extreme marathon runner can run more than 50 km per day, and it will take him at least 10 hours. Even the world champion in the daily marathon of 100 km will not run faster than 10 hours. It may take an average person more than a day.
Second, imagine the level of training of such people. There is such a level of endurance that many even athletes never dreamed of. An ordinary person, even completely healthy, but not specially trained, can not stand one such race. What's "every day"?) Everything can end, if not with resuscitation, then with serious exhaustion and electrolyte imbalance in the body. And then it will take a long time to return the body to normal.
Thirdly, almost no one ever trains every day. Even super duper professional athletes, as at least 1 day a week should be devoted to recovery. Otherwise exhaustion and drop in sports results.